Seven Great Days on the Freedom of the Seas: Freedom of the Seas Cruise Review by larry_kak
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Seven Great Days on the Freedom of the Seas
Destination: Western Caribbean
Embarkation: Port Canaveral (Orlando)
The Freedom is such a great family ship and we saw multi generation families everywhere. It is just a great ship for young to old, something to do for everyone except that I would point out that we made friends with a family with children 18-20 and they felt that for that age group they were excluded from some adult activities and excluded from younger activities also.We were in both of the specialty restaurants and loved both of them. Chops is absolutely FABULOUS and Portofino is lovely also. We were on my time dining and liked it except for the fact that because we were just two we were initially placed in a table configuration that had us in the middle between two other couples. I was requested a change and it was accommodated.
We used the health club and loved it, utilized spa services, the ice show was great and should not be missed. The late night Rock Britannia MUST NOT BE MISSED. All of the entertainment was great. We also loved the music trivia in the Schooner bar.
We felt that service levels were consistently high throughout the cruise. I am an early morning person and love the early morning solitude of a run on deck 12, and even there always a friendly "Good Morning".
The process of disembarkation could not have been smoother. We waited in a special area and quickly left the ship to a waiting car rental van back to Orlando. Less
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